From Karl Dickey, himself a former Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, reports at the Examiner:
The race is heating up for Libertarian delegates to choose a new chair at the Libertarian Party of Florida’s 2011 State Convention happening the weekend of April 30th in West Palm Beach, Florida. There are currently four contenders for the position, all of which will face off during a radio broadcast and Internet show debate Friday, March 25th on the Liberty Underground Show at 9AM.
The four contenders for the position are Char-Lez Branden and Adrian Wyllie are from the west coast of Florida, John Wayne Smith is from the Leesburg area and Austin Parris is from the north Palm Beach County area.
The show can be heard in the Tampa Bay area via AM 1340 and 1350 or can be seen & heard via the Internet at http://www.1787network.com.
The debate will be moderated by 2010 Libertarian senatorial candidate Alex Snitker. Adrian Wyllie was the former Media Director on Snitker’s campaign and has already been endorsed by the former candidate.. John Wayne Smith was initially the party’s candidate for Governor in 2010, but he and his running-mate (former LPF Chairman JJ McCurry, who quit the post) were knocked off the ballot. Parris is a student at Palm Beach Community College who recently ran for State House as a Libertarian. Char-Lez Branden is the current Vice-Chairwoman of the Party.